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or even questionable taste. twe won and were not shy about celebrating. we were exuberant celebrators. the sense of grace combined with her intensity and style. in a world of kardashians and other circus acts in the media, she is a giant gusts of intelligence and class. it makes me feel old to say this, but i know her mom, and equally fascinating woman, a great writer. her grandfather founded the music corporation of america that defined culture and music today. having said that about her mother, i feel i should balance that by saying i cannot count on my fingers and toes together all of the otherwise party intellectuals and regular people who have confided [unintelligible] [laughter] i am wondering. she is the editor and publisher of "the nation." she is summa cum laude from princeton. she is here with her first collection, "fighting for progress in the age of obama." i do not always agree with her personally when it comes to politics. we are here to find out from katrina how we're going to save the world with barack obama. let's start there. [laughter] >> i do not know how you learn
! we are going to see quite a few 30's but not as many twe20's. warmer conditions in fact a warming trend could be happening for the weekend. not very typical for january with clear skies over the bay area. the stormtracker is well to the north so this is what we're going to be dealing with the next several days. drier conditions and certainly, a bit cooler 32 degrees in santa rosa. 31 in napa. 20's in fairfield, with zero twenties in the mornings. still cold in the north bay. still, several degrees warmer than what we saw last night. redwood city, sunnyvale, several areas and in san francisco, 40's. temperatures are going to warm, nicely. 50s, 60s. 50s through palo alto. and for san jose, a bit more tricky because that fog could keep temperatures cooler but mostly clear skies as temperatures are going to get to the mid '50s. and for the east bay shore. 55 degrees and also for the north bay. 50s and 60s in santa rosa. a look at your extended forecast but not as cold. there are no frost advisories. low 60s by the weekend. >> reporter: and menlo park facebook holds a big press confere
finds nu bzh of;l) emergency rm visitses tied to energy drinks doubled since twe. a survey shows most of the cases involve teenagers or young adult was half telling doctors they downed just one energy drink. the report does not specify which symptoms landed people in the er but calls consumption a rise in public health problem that's can cause elevated heartbeat and insomnia. >> a review of research by the institute of medicine found the current childhood vaccine schedule is safe. the organization says following the complete ked you'll is stronger associated with reducing prer preventable diseases. typical american child received 24 immunizations by age two. parents of children on the autism spectrum believe vaccines led their children's disorder. scientific evidence, though, disputes that. >> michael finney is here answering questions sent to him through facebook. jojon asks, i'm going out of the country next month and would lick to know what is my beflt option in had making and receiving calls or texts? from my cell phone this, could be tricky. >> and who is your current provider. s
, at 52 week high as it is bullish but investors are once burned twe shy. gerri: i hear the big cap six but what about boeing's? we will fix the problem would you buy them now is down? >> that is the reason for my book what you do not. you do not want a bargain. at the time when so many are strong with a 52 week high do not buy the laggard. gerri: no apple? you are not buying apple? >> if they have the large cap they already own it. the biggest risk is interest rates. they have never seen them rise that they are poised to do that and that will be the big story. gerri: you have the big cap financials but they had great earnings. can they continue? >> this sector is strong. trends tend to persist so people look at jpmorgan or three and and say it is so high i cannot buy it now. gerri: how you make the distinction? >> most people strangle themselves in the market but it is dollar nothing decision. i am bullish on stocks but i don't buy everything but have a strategic approach. gerri: ebay? >> that is another one. not that everybody knows and owns but that they have avoided. that is heartbr
% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >> back tore tip >> back for the tip of the day. the interview with the corporal hammar. mr. o'reilly sometimes i'm critical of you. i believe without your intervention corporal hammar would still be sitting in that mexican prison. i will never set foot in mexico again. and kudos to the corporal for his grace during the interview. and americans would otherwise be powersless time and time again, regardless. thank you for the kind words. big thanks to the brilliant cartoonist bruce kinsley who illustrates one fiphilmore and mentioning the cartoon yesterday. and the complete interview with corporal hammar is posted on billoreilly.com. and come on, al gore is being a capitalist, i thought you were a big supporter of capitalism. please give it a rest. you can make money the old-fashioned way, henry, with honesty and honor, wise up. from smyrna, georgia
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mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. ♪ lou: this year the flu season is turning out to be especially dangerous for the elderly. according to the latest update for the centers for disease control, about half of the more than 5,000 people hospitalized with the flu are between 65 -- well, age 65 and older. california joining the number of states reporting widespread flu activity bringing the total number of 40 states. nine additional child deaths have been reported this week bringing the total to 29 so far this year. the transportation security administration saying it is dropping body scanners that produce virtually nude images of travelers. the tsa says this can is to be done by june because the company that makes them can't comply with the congressional mandate ordering the stand -- scanners to produce it sticks like figures instead of the almost nude images. taxpayers spent $40 million also face
reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. ♪ lou: senator kerry well, in all likelihood, almost unimaginable that he would not be confirmed as secretary of state next week. the nominee, by the way, calling to implement the president's foreign policy vision well morning at the same time that u.s. influence depends on the ability to tackle our debt. >> more than ever for an policy is economic policy. i am especially cognizant of the fact that we cannot be strong in the world. lou: joining us now, fox news national security analysts, holding national security posts under three different presidents . former state department director of policy planning under president george w. bush and president of washington college. good to have you with this. let me start with you, if i may. i was -- actually, i was heartened to hear senator kerrey acknowledged the importance of us strong economy t
be performance based. >> that will helped with the quality i. unions say forget twe don't want performance base, we want tenure, put your time in and you are good to go. >> it's not right. in this economy, teachers like this should not be collecting $85,000 a year. >> we all pay for this, right is this i have to assume, the cop who is arrested him -- it's their fault, though, right. >> is this their fault? he didn't have his righted read -- this happened in 1999! 13 years later, he is still collecting -- >> how long wree to pay this guy? >> apparently, he is going to get to retire there. this is completely ridiculous. we could pay two excellent teachers to be actually doing what teachers do best. >> where the mistakes lies, his rights were not read, if the police officer, they were acting within the scope of their employment and the government takes the liability and he gets to be working iefnlt i don't call sharpening pencils working. >> how do we know? the cop said he didn't? >> that's what the research has shown. -- >> i can see a gray area where a cop gets together with the teacher or crimi
beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> better check your paycheck. new government numbers show wages and salaries are headed higher. but what if i told you your colleagues can check your paycheck, too? it's happening more and more as companies take a more open approach the finals, posting everything from performance reviews to pay. it's legal, but should it be? attorneys are ready to try this. i can't imagine, i can't imagine someone could log on and find out what i make, and then again, i can find out what they make, too. >> it shouldn't be legal. it's a trade secret. your salary, compensation, performance reviews. all protected by a trade secret. the problem is, what happens if a competitor gets heeled -- gets hold of this information, and they can give that information to a competitor. >> trade secret, seems like the companies themselves would be at risk if they're posting it. >> that's the point. we hav
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over the floor. little bit is going into the glass and one of the guys sa y to me -ke twe are pretty well drunk by this time and one of the unn y sg catholic or atheist? those seemed to be the only possibilities. i said no, i am neither a catholic nor an atheist. no kidding? you must be protestant. why would you think that? servierybody an american governt -- that is not true either. john kennedy -- so i said, what are you? i am jewish. you couldn't be jewish. he ghy couldn't i be it? r aou don't have any horns. i joked, i said i had some cut off when i came into the ford yn service. he took it seriously. there is a picture in the book which again is in the american book thanks to john, of peichelangelo's moses where shows moses with horns. how they think i wear my horns, i couldn't possibly be jewish. there's a chapter called lost in translation because i looked at what is obscene in the united states, what is obscene in spanish. very different things. i would say in united states i would be beaten to death by all the women from 50 miles around and spaniards say it doesn't work and
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didn't spend more than five or six hours with them. so twe will study that in the future and be in contact with the scientists to try to study them a bit more. it is fantastic because you know that there are no nights. it was the middle of the night but with the sun behind the clouds and all of this atmosphere it is another planet. it is definitely another planet. >> i understand it gets like 76 degrees below 0 where you are and you literally have to dig and crawl to get to those penguins. how did you manage to do that? >> well, i mean, i spent more than seven years of my life on the ice so it is like being at home for me. i did lots of expeditions. i just like it. i can't explain that. i just like the cold. ask and you have to stay modest, prudent and just try to find your way. >> what happens next now? do you keep going back and forth? do you revisit these guys? i'm assuming that they live in their natural habitat and you will try to protect them. >> it will be next year in november or december. now mid january they are spending their time on ice around antarctica for t
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ssrrab. quitnciree aim buthacicevs se od cacae idroon henal ar twe dn, ndoc'tro yo emeba. myenstecmee tht us pnel bau ihes senhe thenme a ielveits i aoo j. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." romance, more murder and good manners are all part of "downton abbey." season three premieres this sunday. >> they traveled to new england with the first network television crew ever allowed on set. >> reporter: in case you've been years and never heard of pbs's sudsy block buffeter, here's a quick primary. >> of course, this alters everything. >> reporter: "downton abbey" is the fictional home of robert crawley, grantham. he's got the title. she's got the money. >> i think you owe an apology. >> next time you treat me like a naughty school girl, you might do it in private, not in public. >> reporter: one look at the script will tell you how many plotlines there are. the series begins in 1912. it works its way through world war i and is now inching into the 1920s. years of major upheaval in british society as a whole for the aristocracy especially. >> from war and peace, the downton abbey st
. a sl >>> carl, ricky gervais twe'll r more with the ladidies a little later. >>> when it comes to distracted drivers who cause deadly crashes, the punishment doesn't fit the crime. >> a shocking statistic for you. a recent study. 97% of students -- 97% of students admitted to texting and dri driving even though they know it's wrong. and some say that won't change until texting and driving gets the punishment it deserves. >> reporter: dave was on his walk two years ago when a texting driver plowed into him. his grieving family told the judge they wanted the young driver to pay. >> whitney, there has not been a day go by i haven't thought about this very moment. this tragedy was not an accident. this was the heartbreaking outcome to yourself fishness and reckless behavior. >> reporter: the sentence for whitney yeager, 45 days in jail for misdemeanor vehicle lar homicide. >> i felt sick to my stomach. >> you lost your husband and she got 45 days in jail. >> i felt betrayed by the system that was put in place to help the victims. >> reporter: whitney yeager declined our request for
economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. twe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. stuart: walmart has announced plans to hire veterans over the next five years, the job offer will apply to any veteran in the next 12 months of active duty. veteran's job campaign stops on memorial day. president obama repeat it the said health insurance premiums for a family would be $200,500 lower by the end of his first term. in actuality they are about $3,000 higher and premiums could still go up another 50%, maybe even more because of obamacare. betsy mccord is the author of beating obamacare, great books, joins us now live in a studio in new york. welcome to the program. this figure, that got everybody's attention. health-insurance premiums if you are in the individual market going out to buy my own health -- >> twenty-five million people in the individual market buds that will go up, after many people lose the
increase here in the january of twe ven. the sad thing we're now two years into the income tax increase and they raised money and not respond to the problem. i think this year, this spring session of the general assembly it will finally come home to reality. not only downgrades, moody's, fitch and standard have eight watches, warnings or downgrades since the income tax increase has gone into effect. what comes next the fiscal year fourth four, natural revenue growth from illinois coming from sales tax, gaming without tax increases is $600 million. but the reality of the amount of increased payments into the public pension systems is $945 million. i think they will have to deal with this $345 million spread. reality is --. melissa: dan, i applaud your optimism you think this will finally be the come to jesus moment where they realize there is huge problem but i don't know that is necessarily the case because we see california going down the same road. seems like politicians almost never have that reality moment that they have to act. what really has to happen to have them wake up and res
twe, why won't fda give us gmo labelling? many countries have it. to these rules cover genetically modified organisms? guest: no. they are not covered. i do not personally work on genetically modified foods, although we have a program that covers that at cspi. generally, cspi has not seen a reason to doubt the safety of these genetically modified crops at this time. we're watching it very closely. labeling for these crops or ingredients is complicated. we have foods that are highly processed that may contain one or more genetically engineered ingredients. if we do not see a safety reason, we're putting a label on something that may not make a difference. we like to see labeling reserve for things that are very important for consumers health. genetically engineered products are considered to be a farming practice. there are people at cspi working on it all the time to no more than me. -- who know more than me. host: a call from idaho, our line for republicans. caller: i am glad you're focusing on the sodium and processed foods. one concern i have on produce, the local communities ar
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